Cole Kindiger

Cole is a junior studying Journalism and American Studies. He enjoys rock climbing, people-watching, and reading impressive books in public places.

When Cole isn't writing for the Voice, you can find him on Healy Lawn or sprawled across any couch on campus.


Leisure

Bob Marley: One Love lacks the legend’s heart

While One Love excels in terms of casting, the larger plot faults make it a mediocre viewing experience at its absolute best.

Leisure

D.C.’s first all-vegan Cajun joint opens on the National Mall

The city does not boast many vegan-Cajun restaurants, making 73 Farm a novelty for some, and a source of nostalgia for others.

Leisure

Two decades in, Greensky Bluegrass is far from past its prime

It’s notoriously difficult for bluegrass bands to fill out big venues; but the rules don’t seem to apply to Greensky Bluegrass.

Halftime Leisure

For years, Georgetown’s resident busker has been trying to cut through the noise

Will Spruill has played the same street corner every day for between eight and 13 hours since the start of the pandemic in 2020.

Leisure

Queer music festival LoveLoud lives up to its name

LoveLoud has hosted LGBTQ+ charity fundraiser festivals since 2017, but this year, they're taking the show on the road.

Leisure

In a new play, the Duke Ellington School of the Arts asks for support

By making the entirety of Georgetown their stage, Ellington students invite all its residents to take part in their masterpiece. 

Podcasts

Post Pitch: Twisted Pine

Welcome back to Post Pitch! This week, Voice podcast producer Jillian Seitz and leisure writer Cole Kindiger discuss his experience at the recent D.C. Twisted Pine concert, which he writes... Read more

Leisure

Twisted Pine branches beyond its bluegrass roots

Equal parts folk, pop, jazz, and funk, Twisted Pine prides itself on its ability to turn crowds into communities.

Leisure

The Origin of Evil is tacky, timely, and true

The beauty of The Origin of Evil, and of Filmfest DC writ large, lies in its capacity to create kinship within hardship.

Halftime Leisure

The two-episode premiere of The Santa Clauses puts the series on thin ice

The show picks up almost thirty years into Calvin’s tenure, as he begins to periodically lose his Christmas magic.